Waking up every morning and getting ready to work in an organization that believes in changing the world is motivating!
One such organization is SOS Children’s Villages of India, where every employee works towards protecting and adding value to the lives of thousands of children. At SOS India, our employees are aware that their little contribution would make a difference in the life of children, if not many but one!
The combination of varied backgrounds that our employees come from, their skill set, experience and the spirit to work for the welfare of children is what makes us a pioneer child care organization.
Join us and contribute in our journey that leads us to a world where no child grows up alone. Be a part of one of the leading Indian NGOs working for children.

To apply send your latest CV to recruitment@soscvindia.org  with the job position in the subject line.

Executive-Documentation/Knowledge Management

Position : Executive-Documentation/Knowledge Management

Location : Vasant Kunj, New Delhi

About the Organisation

SOS Children’s Villages of India is an independent, non-governmental and non-profit organisation working for the holistic development of parentless children, women and children belonging to vulnerable families. Founded in 1949 in Austria, SOS Children’s Villages began its operations in India in 1964. For over 50 years, we have reached out toover 25,000 children through our 32 SOS Children’s Villages and 32 community projects in India. SOS Children’s Villages of India was established in 1964 at Faridabad near Delhi.SOS India has worked with children, communities, disaster struck and disaster-prone areas, giving hope to weary communities and families. SOS India is the largest operationwithin the SOS International Federation of 134 countries.

At SOS Children’s Villages of India, we are committed to the welfare of parentless andabandoned children and to strengthening families and communities as a preventive measure in the fight against abandonment and social neglect.

Our Programmes

  • Family Like Care
  • Family Strengthening
  • Kinship Care
  • Emergency Childcare
  • Foster Care
  • Short Stay Homes
  • Special Needs
  • Childcare
  • Education & Youth Skilling

Job Description
Reporting to
Team lead

Function
FDC

Purpose:
The purpose of this position is to independently anchor submission of reports to our large donors. The resource is expected to ensure timeliness and quality of deliverables to contribute towards enhanced service delivery. The resource will contribute and support in development of new knowledge products to showcase organization’s interventions, best practices and case studies.

Areas of Responsibility

  • Documentation: Support in preparation of programmatic progress reports to the donors of the organization
  • Communication and Coordination: Regular interaction and communication within the team and other verticals (programs, finance, donor services etc.) for data collection and collation of information.
  • Knowledge Management
    • Prepare large donor’s reports and ensure timeliness of reports
    • Analyze data on key thematic indicators to substantiate progress reports of the children.
    • Prepare and maintain different MIS as and when required as per the
      emerging needs of the team
    • Share thematic knowledge resources, reports, documents etc. with the team
    • Support in building and maintaining repository of key documents from
      corporate partnership
    • Undertake any other tasks and assignments as per the evolved needs of the vertical as and when required

Qualifications and Experience:

  • Candidate should be a graduate in the field of Social Work/Sociology/Arts. Preference will be given to candidates with post-graduation qualifications (MSW, MA in Sociology, Rural Development etc.) and should understand the development sector and concepts.
  • Experience in documentation, specifically reporting, writing concept notes, case studies etc. will be an added advantage
  • Analytical bent of mind;
  • Great team player;
  • Ability to generate goodwill with working partners; and
  • Ability to manage parallel tasks and deliver on time to meet internal and external deadlines.

Years of Experience:
1-2 years

Skills and Competencies:

  • IT and MS office (word, excel, PPT etc.)
  • Analytical and Documentation skills
  • Team player/inter-personal communication skills

Working conditions:
Posted at the National Office. Willingness to travel frequently.

Languages:
Excellent communication skills (English and Hindi). Proficiency in 1-2 regional languages will be an advantage. Must have significant and proven writing, presentation and people management skills.

Competencies:
Execution orientation
Operational excellence
Relationship building
Passion to serve
Providing leadership
Change orientation
Strategic thinking

Application process
Interested candidate, please email your CV and a letter of Interest to recruitment@soscvindia.org with the subject “Executive-Documentation/Knowledge Management”

In your Letter of Interest, please briefly explain why you are specifically interested in joining SOS Children’s Villages of India.

Assistant Manager- Digital Operations

Position : Assistant Manager- Digital Operations

Location : New Delhi

About the Organisation

SOS Children’s Villages of India is an independent, non-governmental and non-profit organisation working for the holistic development of parentless children, women and children belonging to vulnerable families. Founded in 1949 in Austria, SOS Children’s Villages began its operations in India in 1964. For over 50 years, we have reached out to over 25,000 children through our 32 SOS Children’s Villages and 32 community projects in India. SOS Children’s Villages of India was established in 1964 at Faridabad near Delhi. SOS India has worked with children, communities, disaster struck and disaster-prone areas, giving hope to weary communities and families. SOS India is the largest operation within the SOS International Federation of 134 countries.

At SOS Children’s Villages of India, we are committed to the welfare of parentless and abandoned children and to strengthening families and communities as a preventive measure in the fight against abandonment and social neglect.

Our Programmes

  • Family Like Care
  • Family Strengthening
  • Kinship Care
  • Emergency Childcare
  • Foster Care
  • Short Stay Homes
  • Special Needs Childcare
  • Education & Youth Skilling

Areas of Responsibility

  • Responsible for Planning and executing digital campaigns and events
    for generating online leads, participation, registrations and revenues.
  • Work closely with the digital agencies to drive the deliverables as set
    in the digital plan
  • Engage with users/prospects/leads on social media including
    Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn
  • Explore and identify more digital avenues like Fundraising Tie-ups
    with digital brands and e-commerce companies etc. to enhance
    brand outreach and incomes.
  • Own and Drive SOS India’s crowdfunding platform and crowdfunding
    at large.
  • Interacting with campaigners, potential donors and ensuring smooth
    running of campaigns on the crowdfunding platform.
  • Build and maintain relationships with Influencers-execute
    Fundraising campaigns with Social Media Influencers
  • Facilitate knowledge and resource sharing to ensure a high bar for
    social execution across highly distributed teams, channels and cities.
  • Creating reports and analysis of results, campaigns, research etc.
  • Performance oriented-highly focussed on results and responsible for
    driving performance as per agreed KPI’s.

Working conditions:
Posted at New Delhi. Willingness to travel.

Experience:
Preferably with an experience of 5-6 years with a minimum experience of
1-2 years in marketing partnerships.

Qualifications & Experience:
Education:
Master’s degree / Diploma in a field with relevance to the position.
Must have knack for writing

Experience:
Preferably with an experience of 5-6 years with a minimum experience of 1-
2 years in marketing partnerships

Languages:
Excellent communication skills English and Hindi. Must have significant and
proven writing, presentation and people management skills.

Competencies:
Strong communication skills. You should be a good team player. You should
have good interpersonal skills.

6. Application process
Interested candidate, please email your CV and a letter of Interest to recruitment@soscvindia.org with the subject “Assistant Manager- Digital
Operations”

In your Letter of Interest, please briefly explain why you are specifically
interested in joining SOS Children’s Villages of India.

Manager-Corporate Partnerships

Position : Manager-Corporate Partnerships

Location : Bangalore, Mumbai and Delhi

About the Organisation

SOS Children’s Villages of India is an independent, non-governmental and non-profit organisation working for the holistic development
of parentless children, women and children belonging to vulnerable families. Founded in 1949 in Austria, SOS Children’s Villages began
its operations in India in 1964. For over 50 years, we have reached out to over 25,000 children through our 32 SOS Children’s Villages
and 32 community projects in India. SOS Children’s Villages of India was established in 1964 at Faridabad near Delhi. SOS India has worked
with children, communities, disaster struck and disaster-prone areas, giving hope to weary communities and families. SOS India is the largest
operation within the SOS International Federation of 134 countries.

At SOS Children’s Villages of India, we are committed to the welfare of parentless and abandoned children and to strengthening families
and communities as a preventive measure in the fight against abandonment and social neglect.

Our Programmes

  • Family Like Care
  • Family Strengthening
  • Kinship Care
  • Emergency Childcare
  • Foster Care
  • Short Stay Homes
  • Special Needs Childcare
  • Education & Youth Skilling

General information and identification of the job:
Designation

Manager-Corporate Partnerships

Function
Corporate Partnership.
Reporting to
Sr. Manager-CP

Purpose:
To increase face to face solicitations with Corporate donors to meet the fund raising objectives of SOS India and to ensure end to end donor servicing.

1. Job Description
Areas of Responsibility

  • Responsible for achieving the fund raising targets – personally initiate corporate tieups in assigned area – with special focus on closing deals / donations and achieving set targets as per the objectives of the organization.
  • Monitor achievement of Fund Raising targets and Obtain information on best practices/success stories from team members to build capabilities and increase fund generation.
  • Co-ordinate internal communications and awareness of organization direction,
    mission, aims and activities.
  • Responsible for conducting survey of potential markets for fund raising
  • Responsible to conduct various fundraising initiatives.
  • Responsible for proposal writing/processing of grant application/ Submission of FUC and progress report can come / volunteering engagements with corporate
    employees.
  • Develop strategies to encourage new or increased contributions.
  • Conduct research to identify the goals, net worth, history of charitable donations or other data related to potential donors.
  • Create or update donor database with complete profiling.
  • Identify and build relationships with potential donors.
  • Monitor budgets, expense and progress reports for corporates to ensure everything in sync with legal document like MOU.

2. Should have prior experience in

  • Proposal and concept note writing.
  • Complete understanding of CSR domain & latest trend
  • Good in Presentation skills and preparation of PPT.
  • 6-7 years’ experience in Corporate fundraising in NGO.

3. Skills & Competencies

  • Excellent communications skills in English. Must have significant and proven writing skills.
  • Should be well conversant with MS Office, Excel, Powerpoint and internet.

4. Competencies:

  • Change orientation
  • Execution orientation
  • Operational excellence
  • Passion to serve
  • Relationship building

5. Educational qualification

  • Master’s degree / Diploma in a field with relevance to the position.

6. Application process
Interested candidate, please email your CV and a letter of Interest to recruitment@soscvindia.org with the subject “Manager-Corporate Partnerships”

In your Letter of Interest, please briefly explain why you are specifically interested in joining SOS Children’s Villages of India.

Assistant Village Director - Family Strengthening

Position : Assistant Village Director-Family Strengthening

Location : Nagapattinam

Language proficiency : English, Hindi, Tamil

About the Organisation

SOS Children’s Villages of India is an independent, non-governmental and non-profit organisation working for the holistic development of parentless children, women and children belonging to vulnerable families. Founded in 1949 in Austria, SOS Children’s Villages began its operations in India in 1964. For over 50 years, we have reached out to over 25,000 children through our 32 SOS Children’s Villages and 32 community projects in India. SOS Children’s Villages of India was established in 1964 at Faridabad near Delhi. SOS India has worked with children, communities, disaster struck and disaster prone areas, giving hope to weary communities and families. SOS India is the largest operation within the SOS International Federation of 134 countries.

At SOS Children’s Villages of India, we are committed to the welfare of parentless and abandoned children and to strengthening families and communities as a preventive measure in the fight against abandonment and social neglect.

Our Programmes

  • Family Like Care
  • Family Strengthening
  • Kinship Care
  • Emergency Childcare
  • Foster Care
  • Short Stay Homes
  • Special Needs Childcare
  • Education & Youth Skilling

About the role

To Plan, Monitor and Implement the Family Strengthening program with a focus on Livelihood improvement amongst vulnerable families.

Areas of Responsibility
1. Deepening the focus on Sustainable Livelihoods Approach/agenda
in FS program:

  • Support program/project and unit heads to incorporate alternative sources of sustainable livelihoods targets defined institutional
    position.
  • Take lead in creative, innovative and proactive role ensuring improving focus on livelihoods and related issues to the
    Programs/projects.
  • Help the local team to design livelihood activities promoting the increase in income of vulnerable families.
  • Document lessons learned related, evaluate impact and modify community approaches accordingly

2. Program Support and Advisory Role:

  • Frequently coordinate and communicate with supervisor, program staff, livelihoods networks and working partners at local, state and national level.
  • Technical support to field project offices to ensure quality results in livelihood related interventions.

3. Monitoring and Evaluation:

  • Support and advise units heads for effective program/project monitoring at outputs and outcome level.
  • Support facilitate and advise monitoring and evaluation team for outcome/impact level monitoring and impact evaluation
  • Conduct periodic/mid-term impact evaluation/case studies on specific livelihood themes and document/publish. Prepare thematic, consultation, lesson learned reports.
  • Make frequent field visits to each project site or as required and provide updated feedback to supervisor
  • Prepare annual work plan and review quarterly in consultation with unit heads and location In-charges
  • Prepare and ensure reflection of livelihoods component in annual report of the organization and rovide technical support for Network’s technical progress report preparation
  • Support external/evaluation process

4. Capacity Building and Enabling Partners:

  • Conduct orientation and enhance field project office staff’s capacity in focusing on alternative sustainable livelihoods approach.
  • Develop a team of livelihood point persons across FS locations and build their capacities in management and effective implementation of livelihoods at their locations

Working Relationships:
Internal:

  • Interact frequently with Deputy National Director-FS, Zonal FS Coordinators and Program Support staff.

External:

  • Interact frequently with existing governmental, non-governmental, civil society partners and Livelihoods Network
  • Interact regularly with consultants, researchers, socio-economists, and possible/future partners
  • Participate and represent the organization in Livelihood related networks and meetings and make presentations

Minimum Work Requirements:

Knowledge: A Master’s degree in Sociology/Anthropology, Sustainable Rural Development, Economics or relevant Social Science field.

Experience:

  • At least 8-10 years of field experience in country in the implementing and managing community level sustainable livelihoods is required.
  • Working with Livelihoods programs especially at the location level is much desired
  • The individual should have updated contemporary development issues/knowledge and extensive working experience in the understanding of Sustainable Development, Livelihoods Approaches, experienced in capacity building, strategic planning as well as monitoring and evaluation.
  • Prior experience of working with field based, diverse ethnics, cultures, linguistic groups of country is desirable.
  • Experience of working on EU Livelihood programs will eb given preference

Skills and Abilities:

  • Candidate should have excellent communication skills that include report writing, presentation, documentation, consultation and facilitation in English
  • Candidate should have excellent communication skills that include report writing, presentation, documentation, consultation and facilitation in English
  • Candidate should have excellent communication skills that include report writing, presentation, documentation, consultation and facilitation in English

Competencies:

Execution orientation

Operational excellence

Relationship building

Passion to serve

Providing leadership

Change orientation

Strategic thinking

Candidates can share their CV at recruitment@soscvindia.org